Corporate ethics training

Advisory services
30 September 2019

Tags: Training

The IBE can provide bespoke business ethics training for your organisation.

Recent projects have included:

  • Company-wide senior/middle management ethics training
  • Induction training
  • ‘Train-the-trainer’ workshops
  • Board level ethics workshop and one-to-one board member mentoring
  • Assistance in the development of e-learning course content and ethics training modules
  • Writing or assisting in the development of scenarios for e-learning, face-to-face and video training
  • One-off seminars and presentations on business ethics during company away-days
  • Tailored training on business ethics issues, such as speaking up, anti-corruption and bribery
  • Senior management training

For more information please contact:

Daniel Johnson
Daniel Johnson

Head of Engagement, IBE,

As Head of Engagement, Dan leads on, manages and coordinates the IBE’s relationships with supporter organisations and key contacts to promote mutual benefit and aid efforts to embed ethical values and ethical cultures across organisations.

This is Dan’s fourth  role within the IBE having previously held research, project management and products and services roles.

In this role, Dan acts as Secretary to several of the IBE’s practitioner working groups.

Dan is also a trained project manager and trainer, and represents the IBE with various public speaking engagements, facilitated training sessions and webinars.

Prior to re-joining the IBE on a full-time basis, Dan was seconded to BAE Systems for 6 months where he acted as the Business Conduct Manager. In this role, Dan led the activities for the update of the global Code of Conduct, and authored guidance on the role for an international network of ethics ambassadors.

Before this, Dan was employed in the CR team at Pentland Brands, responsible for data management and risk mapping Human Rights and Modern Slavery in the supply chain.

Dan holds a Master’s degree in Corporate Social Responsibility from the International Centre for Corporate Social Responsibility at the University of Nottingham, and won Best Essay in the under-25 category of the ICAS Sustainability Essay Competition when he was a student.

To do what is right is excellent. To teach what is right is even more excellent, and much easier… – Mark Twain

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